HENDERSON: I think there are two areas where we can see signs of successful adoption. First, is the carrier space. It’s exciting to see that O-RAN networks are being deployed and announced, and we see more progress on this front throughout the world as carriers move towards execution. One example is the implementation of Rakuten’s 5G Open RAN network. As a Greenfield site, they are showing great success ramping the network up to scale with a virtualized core. This type of successful deployment is an encouraging sign as other carriers like Dish Network, Telefónica, Vodafone, and Orange, among others, all have declared their commitment to making Open RAN an integral part of their networks. The second sign of success will come from the solution and vendor community. We will see signs of success when we see more power and performance optimized RU and DU products using the 7.2× split. This is the equipment that does beamforming and baseband processing, where people are developing purpose-built products that are targeted to these O-RAN interfaces. Analog Devices is investing in this space to try to enable success in ORAN. For ADI we have announced our Lower Level PHY dedicated baseband chip that will be available in 2022. In addition, we have announced a partnership with Marvell to develop a complete massive MIMO solution and reference design using the 7.2× split. We feel these products, along with our partners, will meaningfully enable low power, cost effective RU solutions. In this way the market will start to see products and chipsets that are custom built to meet these specific O-RAN requirements but also have the high-performance level requirements you need to meet 5G.